the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
comparison made between two things to show how they are alike
the reader or spectators of a work of literature or dramatic performance
The reason the author has for writing. ( Inform, persuade, express, & entertain)
text describing the contents of a picture, graph or chart
to examine two or more things to show likeliness
the process of observing and pointing out differences
using two negative words in a single clause
using information that is implied or inferred
(because it's not stated) along with you own experiences or prior knowledge to make a decision about something
a short, simple story usually involving animal characters which tells a moral, teaches a lesson.
type or category of literary work (e.g., poetry, essay, short story, novel, drama)
a word that is identical in form with another word, either in sound (as a homophone) or in spelling (as a homograph), or in both, but differs from it in meaning: days/daze, or lead (guide)/lead (metal)
an alphabetical listing of topics and the page numbers where they can be found in a text. It is usually found in the back of the book.
when the reader combines information read with what the reader already knows to make a reasonable guess